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About the course
Influence success. Create value.
Sharpen your ability to maximize value.
You negotiate all the time—whether it’s with clients or partners, vendors or colleagues, leadership or new hires. Successful negotiations require personal-awareness, preparation and practice.
Rotman’s Negotiations program gives you proven strategies to navigate complex situations so you can create value and enhance key relationships.
In just three days, you’ll be guided from simple, everyday situations to complex scenarios through interactive simulations, extensive feedback and insights from real-world examples.
Practical, applied learning.
Whether you’re a seasoned negotiator looking for a formal refresher or an experienced leader looking to broaden your skillset, you’ll leave the program with enhanced skills to create and optimize value. Accelerate the development of your negotiation skills by:
- Practicing and evaluating different negotiation strategies
- Analyzing real cases for insights
- Using quantitative and qualitative feedback to sharpen your negotiating style, ethics, and strategies at the bargaining table
- Gain deeper insight through our Negotiator Self-Assessment.
Not only will you be able to take stock of your progress each day, you'll also receive a deeper understanding of your preconceptions, knowledge, skills and abilities in negotiating. By the end of the program you will be able to evaluate the success of a negotiation, optimize value, lead negotiating teams effectively, communicate and persuade, and influence success to create value for your organization.
Day 1: Measure Success
- Introduction to Negotiations
- Distributive Bargaining
- Integrative Bargaining
Day 2: Increase Flexibility
- Complex Negotiations
Day 3: Manage People
- Insights Exchange
- Negotiating Ethics
- Dispute Resolution
Who should attend
Experienced managers, executives and mid-level professionals
Trust the experts
Glen Whyte is a Professor of Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management at Rotman. His research interests include topics related to individual and group judgment and decision making, and managerial negotiations. Glen is a former Associate Dean of Curriculum at Rotman, and is currently...
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Bio Chen-Bo Zhong is an Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management at Rotman School of Management. His research focuses on ethics, moral psychology, decision making and unconscious processes. He has published in journals such as, the Science, Psychological Scien...
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